Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has signed legislation, effective during the current COVID-19 public health emergency, authorizing governing boards of condominium unit owners’ association, property owners’ associations, and cooperative proprietary lessees associations to meet virtually without the need of having two members of the board physically present at the meeting as is normally required by statute.
Governing boards may meet virtually if they determine that:
Governing boards conducting virtual meetings must:
The COVID-19 public health emergency was declared on March 12, 2020 by Executive Order No. 51 and will be in effect until June 10, 2020 unless changed by another executive order.
Access Executive Order No. 51 by clicking HERE.
Access Amendment 28 of the HB 29 Budget Bill by clicking HERE.
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